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New Bhaya Cruises Option in Halong Bay

March 18, 2011 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under: ,

Bhaya Cruises will introduce its newest vessel, Bhaya Classic IV, on 1 May 2011. Previously sailing under the Hai Long Suites brand, Bhaya Classic IV combines classic oriental style with contemporary luxury.

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Bhaya Classic IV offers 16 luxurious cabins accommodating over 30 guests. It features a restaurant for gourmet dining, open-air massage, a spa area and a spacious, partly-covered sundeck bar for relaxing and socializing. The vessel is now undergoing an extensive refit and refurbishment to meet Bhaya Cruises’ exacting standards.

Bhaya Cruises General Manager, Allan Tuppil, says: “All staff have received extensive training to ensure the highest levels of professional service and attention to detail.”

The new vessel means that Bhaya Cruises will have a total of 80 cabins and suites, making it the largest top-end cruise operator in Halong Bay. “The increased number of cabins guarantees greater availability for your features, your series, your allotment and MICE charters,” says Tuppil.

Khiri Travel Vietnam is now offering special rates on Bhaya Classic IV and all the company’s cruise vessels. Contact us.

 

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